What’s On In July

What’s On In July

RocKwiz Live! 2017

July 17

The RocKwiz Gang are hitting the road in 2017 for our next national tour. Coming to the Brolga Theatre and Convention Centre, Maryborough. Free from the constraints of the small screen and revelling in the freedom, anarchy and sheer joy of performing live with a rotating cast of legends and up and coming young stars … join Julia, Brian, Dugald and the RocKwiz OrKestra.Tickets prices: Adults $89.00, Concession $79.00. Call: 07 4122 6060 or go to: www.ourfrasercoast.com.au to book.

Burrum Coal Discovery Festival

July 15-16

The discovery of coal in 1863 in the Burrum region is where this popular Festival stems from. Why not make a weekend of the celebrations. There will be a street parade, market stalls, buskers, an art exhibition, and so much more. Chad Morgan will be returning for a ‘one off’ appearance on Coalfest Saturday. There will also be an Antique style road show, or you can build your own scarecrow or paint some fence art, there will also be a Quilt show, and for the kids, Old McDonald’s Travelling Farm. For more information call: 0484 552 995 or go to the Burrum Coal Discovery Face-book page.

NAIDOC Week

July 2-9
NAIDOC Week celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people. The theme for 2017 is – Our Languages Matter. The theme aims to emphasise and celebrate the unique and essential role that Indigenous languages play in cultural identity, linking people to their land and water and in the transmission of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, spirituality and rites, through story and song.

For more information,visit www.naidoc.org.au

Colourburst Challenge Against Cancer

July 8

A little bit Colour Run, a little bit Boot Camp, a little bit Dance Party a whole lot of fun.
2pm Colourburst Challenge Against Cancer.(Open to ALL ages. Children up to 14 years must be supervised by an also registered adult. We encourage family groups to participate together)
11am.Colourburst Junior (open only to children up to 12 years old).Each child must bring one adult carer to supervise and throw coloured holi powder. One adult may supervise multiple children. Extra adults may spectate from outside the participant area). For further details go to Tea & Toasters Hervey Bay Relay for Life team on Face book, email: ColourburstChallenge@outlook.com or call: Charmaine 0431299286.

Written by Kim Parnell

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